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CSPAN
Feb 11, 2013 8:00am EST
of interviews at the international consumer electronics show held last month in las vegas. then new mexico governor susana martinez gives her state of the state address. after that, a or forum on avoiding the automatic spending cuts called sequestration, and later policy analysts look at the role of medicare in the health care system and the future of the program. >> host: and you're watching "the communicators" on c-span. we are on location at the ces international 2013 show in las vegas from the convention center, and here's some more of our coverage. here in las vegas at ces international samsung has a rather large display, and "the communicators" is joined by david steel, executive vice president of strategy for samsung. mr. steel, if you would, just begin by giving us a snapshot of the samsung corporation. >> guest: so samsung is now the largest technology company in the world by sales. we cover all the way from components like semiconductor chips and flat panel displays all the way through to finished goods like home appliances, it'sing and smartphones -- televisions and smartphones.
CSPAN
Feb 2, 2013 12:00pm EST
the literary scene and history of new mexico and its capital, a city resting at an altitude of almost 7,000 feet whose name means hope and faith in spanish. we will travel in and around this town of 80,000 to meet with local lawyers to learn about the unique cultures, personalities and history of the city and state that dates back 400 years to the times of colonization attempts by the spanish. all this and more as booktv and our comcast cable partners take you to santa fe. >> we're here in the palace press. james mcgrath morris and these are early printing presses. it seemed like a perk picked -- perfect place to talk about the man revolutionized american newspapers. webmac first started working on a boat people would react with recognition when i said i was writing about joseph pulitzer the clear from their expressions they knew the name but nothing about his life because pulitzer shares his fame with alfred nobel for a prize that he endow but not for what he did in his life. few people remember that alfred nobel was an explosives or ammunitionmaker and you understand the significant r
CSPAN
Feb 3, 2013 12:30am EST
simply means the history of new mexico. it is the earliest first-hand account and it was published in madrid in 1610. the original copy is here in our history library that is part of the museum of new mexico. now the third dominant culture are the americanamerican s who came here. remember santa fe was spanish for more than 200 years and then for 25 years we were a part of mexico and then after the united states fought a war with mexico lead became a u.s. territory and the santa fe trail opens bringing in americans or the first quote unquote white man into this part of the world and so the impressions of some of those early traders and settlers who came across the santa fe trail are an important part of our literature because they reported their experiences and their impressions of santa fe combat the old royal city. and many of them could not believe that a royal city had houses made of mud. there was a little bit of culture shock. others took the exotic feel of the place in the beautiful mountain setting right away and that is true today. santa fe inspires strong emotions. for ex
WHUT
Jan 31, 2013 7:00pm EST
to be the united states. tavis: where? >> i got a visa from the university of new mexico. i flew with a dollars in traveler's checks in my pocket. when i landed, i was $5 short for my ticket. an american man behind me gave the $5. that was my first impression of america. that people are generous and helpful here. tavis: the extra $5 got you to new mexico. >> right. tavis: but when you get here, your english is not so good. >> yes, i tried to learn more, but i could not remember anything. tavis: so you soldiered to new mexico. it is one thing when you do not have any money, but you cannot speak the language. when you get to new mexico, how do you navigate your way through? how do you make this work? >> all right, first, i studied english as a second language. the connections to the homeland, i knew i could not go back. i knew i had to stay here. i stayed with my english teacher so that i could learn more english quickly, and then i observed that my english teacher could not find a job with a ph.d. in literature. tavis: that is not funny, but it is. >> so i thought i was going to study comparativ
CSPAN
Feb 3, 2013 7:30pm EST
, new mexico and other cities local content vehicles. go to c-span.org/local content. >> up next, someone talks about dinners hosted by winston churchill during and after world war ii, which is used to persuade world were leaders on various matters. it's about 45 minutes. >> good evening. thank you for coming. i'm delighted to see you here to talk about my new book, "dinner with churchill: policy-making at the dinner table." since i book is about the importance of dinner, i will be brief. i just want to whet your appetite so that go buy my book. those try another sentence. i have lived with winston churchill for four years and it was wonderful, even though that took place in the frigid archives at churchill college. i'm often asked ray got the idea for another book on churchill to ask the thousands are to britain. when i read about this fascinating man and his important accomplishments were achieved at dinners. sometimes that lunch is. as i began to wonder why that was so come away most of the deal struck as the famous international conferences held during world war ii were made
CSPAN
Feb 11, 2013 8:30am EST
of new mexico. skeptics said we could not balance the budget without east a massive -- without either a massive tax increase or making deep cuts to classroom spending and to medicaid. but we came together in a bipartisan manner, and together we proved the skeptics wrong. [applause] for two years in a row, we compromised and passed good, balanced budgets. we protected critical priorities like classroom spending and basic health care for the most vulnerable. we protected childcare for working moms, school clothes for kids in need. and let's remember we accomplished all of this without raising taxes. [applause] not only did we eliminate the deficit, we created a surplus. this wasn't a republican accomplishment or a democratic accomplishment. it was an accomplishment we achieved together. the next year we used those surplus tax dollars wisely. we put some in our state savings account, increasing our reserve levels. we used some to increase funding for education, targeting reading and early childhood initiatives. we used a portion of the surplus to cut taxes, to create more jobs by curbing
CSPAN
Feb 3, 2013 6:30am EST
from texas, really from new mexico except for george bush the elder, to the atlantic ocean. not one. in that same year that they spring up then, and not only to dominate the brand of southern republican party, but to dominate the national republican party along the lines of the language that george wallace had invented, and handed over to them. that senior lyndon johnson met in atlantic city, in the chapter i have here, to me it's amazing this is not more news. i have written in detail as i can, he had a nervous breakdown because he's trying to do little delegates from mississippi, and to see all the regular white democrats from mississippi who would publicly pledge to vote for goldwater, the democratic delegates said they would vote for goldwater, and most of them started switching party instantly but he wanted to defeat them anyway. and the mississippi freedom democrats, they walked out because they didn't think it was fair. and karl sanders and one of the conversations you can hear, and john connally, called lyndon johnson and told them if you would even let those two symbolic, t
CSPAN
Feb 2, 2013 2:00pm EST
explored the historical and literary culture of santa fe new mexico with the help of comcast. keep watching for more from the area. [inaudible conversations] >> i'm rob dean,ed did for of the santa fan, the daily newspaper that serves santa fe, new mexico, an institution that is 164 years old and we are in the offices of the santa fe new mexican. i'm also the editor of a book published in 2010 called santa fe. its 400th year, exploring the past, defining the future. the book had a humble beginning. it was not at first designed as a book. it began as a series of newspaper stories to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the founding of santa fe. in 1959, the publisher and editor of the new mexican had the presence of mind to ask a pulitzer winning novelist, oliver he far to write about santa fe's history as it emerged through the pages of the santa fe new mexican. he published a book called, secretary the, the autobiography of a southwestern town. at that time 110 years was news as reported in the santa fe new mexican. the books we published in 2010 served a a nice book end to that volume, wi
CSPAN
Feb 3, 2013 3:00pm EST
independence from spain and established santa fe as the capitol of the province of new mexico. mexico was ceded to the united states and 1848 as part of the treaty of guadalupe-hidalgo and mexico became a state in 1912. throughout this time, santa fe remained the capitol city. booktv brings you more from the area with the help of comcast next. >> we are here today in the press and behind me stand some printing press and this seems like a perfect place to talk about the man that revolutionized american newspapers. when i first started working on the book people reacted with recognition, but it's clear from their of expression they knew the name and not anything about its life because the pulitzer shows him being well known for the prize that he endowed but not for what he did in his life. very few people remember that he's an explosive munitions maker and very few people understand the significant role that he played in american history. like some of the giants of the 18th-century carnegie, morgan, rockefeller, all these people was a critical moment in history which is the industrial age. that's
CSPAN
Feb 3, 2013 6:00pm EST
>> for more information on tvs recent visit to santa fe, new mexico another city visited by her local content vehicle, visit c-span.org/local content. ..a?xx i first came to washington, d.c. in 2000 as a congressional correspondent for the associated press. after spending several years in colombia south carolina and albany new york. now, i am originally from mississippi, the son of two public school teachers come in and being from mississippi, the one thing my parents made sure that i knew was my history. it was almost a state requirement in mississippi to know where you came from. so, when i left mississippi to go to south carolina, i had this desire to history and i studied the history of south carolina. i didn't the same thing when i went to upstate new york. i got involved in learning the african-american history of upstate new york which, by the way, is very vibrant. a lot of the underground railroads ended in upstate new york city have a very vibrant african-american community and history up there. but when i left albany new york to come to washington, d.c., and i knew i
WETA
Feb 10, 2013 9:30am EST
of congress will be women at some point, if we're truly going to reflect america. >> deep roots in new mexico. my family has been there for 400 years. we know that at least 12 generations, we're doing a little more research, identified 13, probably by the time i'm done we'll be able to show that my family goes back 16 generations in new mexico. >> with her election, lujan grisham continues her family's political legacy. >> my grandfather was the first hispanic chief justice in the state. my cousin was actually a republican member in congress and the secretary of interior and my father was the first public health dentist in new mexico. and my mother was one of the first advocates for special education and appropriate home services for children with disabilities. so i come at this naturally and also enjoy a really long, wonderful career advocating for women and families. >> women's issues are important to lujan grisham. >> job creation and the economy, these are women's issues. we're often the last line of the economic security for our families, we're still fighting for equal pay, it affects o
CSPAN
Feb 3, 2013 4:30pm EST
tv's recent visit to santa fe, new mexico, go to c-span.org/localcontent. >>> and now, general stanley mcchrystal discusses his memoir, "my share of the task." in the book the former commander of u.s. forces in afghanistan recounts the major turning points in his 34-year military career which ended in 2010. this is about an hour. [applause] >> well, thank you very much. thanks for coming out. i think this is a wonderful opportunity. the gentleman sitting next to me is kind of a big deal. [laughter] for anyone who is, pays attention to american foreign policy and military affairs, you know that ever since the attacks on this country on 9/11 the united states has had to evolve militarily, in our intelligence community, in many ways to meet the challenge of this new enemy. and more than anyone that i can think of, general mcchrystal has been responsible for shaping that evolution and developing the what i call the targeting engine which is what we have, i think, adopted as our primary method of defending the country. so thank you for being here, general mcchrystal. the great to see you. >> t
MSNBC
Feb 7, 2013 6:00am PST
the full range of efforts to prevent terrorist attacks. >> the new mexico senator tom udahl is one of seven senators that signed a letter that led to the classified legal opinions release. he joins me now. senator, good morning to you. >> good morning. good to be with you this morning. >> apologies. we are late. the president was late in his speech at the prayer breakfast. let me start with the administration's decision. is this a no? >> i think this is encouraging to release the documents to the committees. i want to be sure that i am going to be able to see them and any senator is going to be able to see them. >>> you? you are not on the intelligence committee. are they going to release these to any member who wants to see them? >> at this point i think they are trying to restrict it and i think all of them are pushing back and we will get to see them. >> the surprising thing to me on this entire issue has been how few members of congress have wanted a role in this oversight or at least publicly expressed this, is it a minority view or are there members who do want to have more oversight
PBS
Feb 9, 2013 11:30am PST
in new mexico. >> with her election, lujan grisham continues her family's political legacy. >> my grandfather was the first hispanic chief justice in the state. my cousin was actually a republican member in congress and the secretary of interior and my father was the first public health dentist in new mexico. and my mother was one of the first advocates for special education and appropriate home services for children with disabilities. so i come at this naturally and also enjoy a really long, wonderful career advocating for women and families. >> women's issues are important to lujan grisham. >> job creation and the economy, these are women's issues. we're often the last line of the economic security for our families, we're still fighting for equal pay, it affects our ability to do education and child care. and in my situation where i've got an adult daughter who's going back to college and a mother who lives with me, i'm her caretaker, that dealing with the caring of our aging parents, these are all economic security issues for women and their families. >> lujan grisham believes
SFGTV2
Feb 15, 2013 6:00am PST
a little bit over a thousand miles in legs from the four corners region from arizona, new mexico, colorado and california meet down to the chijuajua area of new mexico. there was one excavation along the way i remember out in the desert nears winslow, arizona. the desert out there is just a still life with a few landmarks on the horizon and this empty hole, the little colorado river desert, the painted desert, and we were working on a 500-room pueblo dating back to about 1400 ad. i just remember the wind just hailing down on us for days and you would be working down with trowels inside of a trench and if you stop for too long, the sand would start to fill up your hole again because it was blowing so much and everybody was turned away from the wind. so it looked like some kind of religious thing was going on here, all these people bowed to the ground for days and days tinkering with some unimaginable smallness in front of them while the wind just pushed harder and harder, sand blasting across you, filling up all the rooms that you just emptied out as if the desert is rolling back over itsel
CSPAN
Feb 2, 2013 11:00pm EST
jumped up here to the top upper left hand corner. i'm from new mexico. it's one of the 19pueblos here in new mexico, and all the pueblos are centered around rivers here in new mexico. my cartoons depict native humor, and when i first started this cartoon, they were native characters in native situations, and my audience was geared towards natives, but in the last four or five years, i've -- they've become more universal where they spilled out into the mainstream or dominant culture. it's more universal now. my inspiration came from reading "mad" magazine growing up in the 70s. my friend, david, and i used to exchange economic books, spiderman, hulk, and some of the other marvel economic books, but our favorite one was "mad" magazine, and my favorite was don martin. that's where my inspare ration comes from. i started doodling my own characters, but because i grew up on the reservation and not in mainstream, i -- my cartoons were native looking, and that's why some of my characters have big noses, and some of the tribes up north, like the plains tribe, the natives up there, they tend t
FOX Business
Feb 24, 2013 2:30am EST
phone towers and broadcast stations. solid growth and here in the united states and new mexico and india. pricey >> bill, emac would never have to worry about gas prices with that stock. >> she would be up around 10,000 percent. that is too late and expensive. >> there is it a lot of oil and well companies. this makes a profit. >> you like tt. >> i do. it girates on acquisition and may be a target. don't buy it as it is moving up. you may be overpaying. >> that's it for forbes on fox. have a wonderful weekend. the number one block continues with cashin'. >> serving up mr. ed. >> food inspectors could find themselves out of work. >> what about the food, and fur lows and air traffic controllers and food inspectors. >> impacting the people who work in the food staste. >> you think we are eating horse meat? our gang said cut it out. what is on our plate is fine. what we are about to pay for is is finer. hack attack. we owe china money but does that mean they own our back bone. carbin' in is kicking off right now. >> hi, everyone. i am jiry willis in for eric boling. our carbin' in jew. wayne
FOX News
Feb 23, 2013 11:00am EST
towers and broadcast stations. solid growth and here in the united states and new mexico and india. pricey >> bill, emac would never have to worry about gas prices with that stock. >> she would be up around 10,000 percent. that is too late and expensive. >> there is it a lot of oil and well companies. this makes a profit. >> you like that. >> i do. it girates on acquisition and
FOX
Feb 21, 2013 4:30am PST
that breeze once in a while nothing too outrage, a power house low moved into new mexico and that will be a big weather maker. sierra nevada could get some isolated showers, upper 30s and 40s due to moisture and patchy low clouds in the area, that is a little bit added into the morning lows, mostly sunny partly cloudy at times, breezy out of the west, and a combination of clouds which are there and were not there yesterday. low 50s and 60s and temperatures are staying the same friday into saturday and we have a rebound sunday and monday. >>> two controversial proposals two supervisors will debate today. >>> also plea searchers are saying there -- rye searchers are saying -- researchers are saying there is something fishy about the labels on food, we will explain. [ crickets chirping ] [ traffic passing ] ♪ [ music box: lullaby ] [ man on tv, indistinct ] ♪ [ lullaby continues ]
NBC
Feb 26, 2013 6:00pm EST
and you did not do the crime would be lost to the state. >> her daughter was murdered in new mexico. >> is truth that makes sure we are convicting the guilty. >> 28 states and the federal government used the same procedures. a arrested in 2009 for first- degree assault, police matched it to the dna from the unsolved rape of a woman. police had no reason to suspect him in the crime. some agree it violated his protection against unreasonable search and seizure. >> the fourth amendment ho presumptively requires that when the government conducts a search, it have a warrant or some level of individualized suspicion. in this case, the government had neither. >> they argue that dna as a potent tool, it brings concerns of how far police want to go. >> everybody that comes to get a driver's license? it is effective, right? another asked, you would not suggest the state would swap students? >> it would be the primary means of identification. >> the question that justices as during argument, it is expected in june. >> 88 households will not receive more than $1 billion in damages after a gas b
FOX
Feb 3, 2013 11:00pm EST
ackerman passed away at her new mexico home saturday after a battle with pancreatic cancer. she was superintendent of the public schools from 1998 through 2000 and is credited with raising test scores and reducing administrative costs. >>> the former chancellor of schools in the district michelle rhee is opening up about how she handled the firing of several teachers and principals in 2008. rhee said she did the right thing by making the cuts but should have done it differently. in 2008 she fired dozens of school employees, many of those principals fired on national tv. now she says she shouldn't have done that on national tv. >>> in maryland prince george's county school officials wouldn't exclusive rights created by staff members and students proposing the work should be copyrighted. now that so many teachers use school ipads for lesson plans and class work. it's worried that will stifle creativity. copyrighting is common for work created by professors and college students. >>> coming up a final check on the forecast. >> cold conditions sticking around, but a warm-up is on the
PBS
Feb 12, 2013 6:30pm PST
and mexico, news of the pontiff's's resignation spread around the world. though the news caught the faithful by surprise, many catholics expressed sympathy for benedict's condition. >> he needs a rest. he has done a lot. it is a sign of humility on his part to pass on the responsibility of leading all the world's catholics. >> benedict said he no longer had the strength to carry out his ministry. those were historic words. he is the first pope to abdicate in almost six centuries. this german cardinal believes the move could signal a new era for how future popes will deal with the responsibility of the office. >> in contrast to others in the church and in society, benedict is not clinging to power. rather, he understands that it is an authority that was conferred upon him that he must exercise for the greater good of the entire church. that is already considerable speculation about who will succeed the pope. one candidate is the current cardinal secretary of state. other top candidates might include the canadian cardinal and one from nigeria. archbishop of sao paulo is also considering a poss
FOX Business
Feb 22, 2013 12:00am EST
governor of new mexico and a state that is 2-1 democrat. running as a republican. actually, as a libertarian under the guise of being a republican. it works. it works. [applause] >> my name is matt. i happen said it -- identify as a gay republican. my question is to my belief it is important we work within the party structure. how would you say is the best way to go about doing that? the party tends to not support my community. >> human republicans. >> republicans. yes. >> you do like anybody else does in public to -- politics this organizing. first they have to come t of the closet. then they have to organize. they have to demonstrate to other people in the party, we are here. we are republicans. we are working for the party. we want the party to change in this particular issue. the republican party reacted very negatively when black people started demanding their civil rights. and now republicans wonder why black people don't want to vote for them. the republican party reacted very negatively when women started demanding the right to have careers and be involved in politi
FOX Business
Feb 23, 2013 1:00am EST
johnson, former governor of new mexico. continues to fight for liberty one of the people who tell me about liberty. why didn't you when? [laughter] >> i think the biggest factor in this race was voting to lesser of two evils, afraid that ron was going to win, vote for obama. fred obama's going to win, so for romney. a big disconnect between those that describe themselves as libertarian and the libertarian. john: why? >> i don't know given the fact, given the fact that really it is cool to be libertarian. it is cool to be socially excepting and fiscally conservative. john: you made me laugh the other day saying it's cooler to the libertarian and republican. >> that is certainly true. john: is a cool to be a republican on campus? >> no. john: cool to be a democrat? >> no. john: i don't believe you. on campus. >> that might be a little wishful thinking. and senate -- on sure a lot of colleges think it's better to be a democrat and republican. there is a lot of understanding in the united states, first that the old rules, anti-gay rules, anti-drug rules and things are going to be washed away.
FOX News
Feb 12, 2013 2:00am PST
an accomplice who helped him flee to new mexico. he has been on the run since the rampage that happened february 3rd in california. >> as we learn new details about the case we are hearing from one of his friends. a college friend who auz named in his manifesto talked about the time the two of them were in contact. >> seemed to be the same chris dorner i met in school. we hadn't talked in 2001. we spoke for 10 or 15 minutes over the phone caught up and talked about what we had been up to over the previous few years. that was about it. obviously i learned he had served in the navy and was working as an lapd officer at the time. he spoke to him in 2008 he said he had an ongoing grievance with the lapd i don't recall the details to the extent he shared it with me. require him talking about it and it didn't seem to be like it was a particularly big deal. it could have been any stressful situation that any of us deal with with our employer from time to time. i didn't walk away from that conversation thinking that it was catastrophic in nature. he certainly didn't show any signs at least that i percei
FOX News
Feb 25, 2013 1:00am PST
my own experience, getting elected governor of new mexico and a state that is 2-1 democrat. running as a republican. actually, as a libertarian under the guise of being a republican. it works. it works. [applause] >> my name is matt. i happen said it -- identify as a gay republican. my question is to my belief it is important we work within the party structure. how would you say is the best way to go about doing that? the party tends to not support my community. >> human republicans. >> republicans. yes. >> you do like anybody else does in public to -- politics this organizing. first they have to come out of the closet. then they have to organize. they have to demonstrate to other people in the party, we are here. we are republicans. we are working for the party. we want the party to change in this particular issue. the republican party reacted very negatively when black people started demanding their civil rights. and now republicans wonder why black people don't want to vote for them. the republican party reacted very negatively when women started demanding the right to have caree
CBS
Feb 1, 2013 6:00pm PST
in roswell new mexico. >> where are we today? >> you won't find it on that map. alien territory. the first thing alien under the new mexico sky that we could see is gas under 3 bucks a gallon. then you get to roswell. >> found a bunch of debris of a spaceship, a flying saucer, or however you want to put it. >> that's their story and they are sticking with it. and they have since july of 1947 at approximately 1:47 p.m. >> you believe this absolutely happened? >> absolutely. >> a lot of people who were there say it is true. >> the gentleman who started the museum was at the base at the time and he was the one that was ordered to release to the associated press than a saucer had crashed >> later, the story changed to a weather balloon. ever since then there have been cries of conspiracy and coverup, which they will show you at the ufo museum and research center. >> we deal with some of the most brilliant minds here. and then we deal with those who fell out of a tree and hit every branch on the way down. so, you have to have a sense of humor. we
FOX
Feb 21, 2013 6:00am PST
and it's actually around new mexico but boy is that a whopper. if there is any precipitation it will be extremely light and it looks like a dry forecast although windy at times, problems are with the hourlies and that's why there is missing data. 30s and 0s, yesterday we had -- 30s and 40s, yesterday we had a lot of upper 20s and it is there is the system up in the sierra nevada and it's producing some light snow and blue canyon has had some light snow. look at the size of this system, right there, that is coming on the backside of that into colorado and also into the texas panhandle and there is mixed precipitation there have been reports of snow. patchy low clouds, a few high clouds at times, very low 60s and temperatures are staying slightly below average, and we are bumping those temperatures up sunday and monday. >>> before you sit down to have your breakfast this morning, you might want to hear this, a branch serial is being -- cereal is being recalled because of glass. >>> and one area is fighting blight, and one area is fighting back. >>> and it may be on a larger sca
CBS
Feb 15, 2013 8:00pm EST
] - next up, diandra barnwell from albuquerque, new mexico. [cheers and applause] - i'm diandra barnwell, and i'm from albuquerque, new mexico. i just recently graduated from the fashion institute of design and merchandising. i was fortunate enough, when i was younger, to grow up in europe. that experience really ignited my passion for fashion, art, and all things culture. you don't have to come from a big city. you don't have to come from a lot of money. but if you're willing to sacrifice, take a risk, and stand up for who you are, dreams do come true, and today is the beginning of mine. [cheers and applause] - and finally, from chicago, illinois, kristina leng. [cheers and applause] - hi, everyone. my name's kristina leng. i'm 26 years old, from chicago, illinois. i'm an ex-division one college ice hockey player/ fashion design major. over the last few years, i have seriously struggled on finding my path in life. currently, i'm working as a bartender, server, promotional model, and stylist just to get by, and i'm just very thankful to be here, competing for this amazing position. [chee
MSNBC
Feb 28, 2013 2:30am PST
to springfield, missouri. spokane, washington. lubbock, texas. gallup, new mexico. paramus, new jersey. purchase tickets now, online or at participating convenient stores. tickets nonrefundable. >>> good morning. i'm mark halperin and this is "way too early." thanks for being with us. on this thursday, february 27th. >>> i can't sweat the small stuff. i got a state to rebuild. >> we'll show you how responded at length to being left off the invite list. >>> some moving testimony on capitol hill as loved ones on those killed in the newton massacre speak out. >>> our top story live here in new york city. you're looking here at some live pictures from the vatican. pope benedict xvi is stepping down today. this morning the 85-year-old pontiff is spending a few moments exchanging words with the cardinals before he heads out on a helicopter to the papal residence south of rome. >>> all right, now to developments on the civil war in syria, roughly about an hour from now, secretary of state john kerry is expected to announce a u.s. policy shift when it comes to aiding the rebels. kerry is in rome for an
MSNBC
Feb 16, 2013 2:00am PST
're going to north carolina, new mexico and california and texas and new york and we're going to south dakota oregon and washington and michigan and then we're going to washington, d.c., to take back the white house. >> well, it's not fair, not at all, but that became the moment in dean's 2004 presidential run. >>> here are some clues. hurricane, the fema director, the 41st president. >> you're doing a heck of a job. the fema director is working 24 -- they're work 24g hour as day. >> michael brown forever dubbed heck of a job, brownie. that's it. coming up next, "your business" with j.j. ramberg. [ male announcer ] what are happy kids made of? bikes and balloons, and noodles on spoons. a kite, a breeze, a dunk of grilled cheese. catches and throws, and spaghettio's. a wand, some wings, soup with good things. sidewalks and doodles and wholesome noodles. puddles and pails and yes, puppy dog tails. for a lunch like this, there's a hug and a kiss. because that's what happy kids are made of. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do.
WHUT
Feb 1, 2013 7:00am EST
of their loved ones. either way, this is the worst explosion in mexico city in 30 years. will grant, bbc news, mexico. >> now business news with jimmy robertson. more news about the world's biggest economy, the united states. >> some of the economic data we have heard recently has been pretty weak, but it has not shown through on the markets. the markets are doing very well. the dow jones had its best january in 20 years. until this week there was a sense of optimism building about improving health of america. the u.s. gdp unexpectedly shrank in the three months through december. official u.s. unemployment figures always closely watched by global financial markets. a great deal of attention attracted by this. they expect employers will have added 160,000 jobs in january. that is not enough to make a significant dent in the unemployment rate. that currently stands at 7.8%. we spoke with an investment editor. we asked him what the markets are expecting. >> the market sentiment would suggest these numbers might surprise on the upside. we are expecting 160,000 jobs to be added. because of some ot
FOX
Feb 4, 2013 4:30am PST
. he also spoke with japan, and new mexico. he was sworn in on tuesday. and he met with the french president and this is new video of the president arriving in france this morning. it is part of the tour the vice- president is making and he will meet with david cameron tomorrow. >>> former president bill clinton will be meeting with speakers of mayor ed koch. mourners will gather at manhattan's temple emanuel. the israeli couldn't slate is -- consol late is also -- consulate is also scheduled to speak. >> and hundreds gathered in arizona to say goodbye to a bluffed school -- be loved school bus driving who tried to protect 20 children on his bus. he shot him -- jimmy lee dykes shot him and -- jimmy lee dykes shot him -- jimmy lee dykes shot him and then took a five- year-old and held him in an underground bunker as has been holding him ever since. >>> the fog may be -- i will let steve explain that, i saw some on the san mateo bridge and that's why we have a meteorologist on our staff he can explain that stuff. it does look good for the bay bridge toll plaza and when you get there,
CNN
Feb 3, 2013 4:30am PST
what was going on. >> he spent several blear hours confused. >> somewhere over new mexico or arizona i finally became aware of what was going on, again. >> clark's brain was rattled, but only happened once during his five-year career. >> the scans turn red and green and yellow. >> reporter: that is what makes this picture of clark's brain so interesting and perplexing. researchers at ucla says he has an abnormal protein in his brain. if it sounds familiar that's because it's been found in the brains of several former nfl players. all had serious cognitive and emotional problems and eventually committed suicide and were diagnosed with cte or chronic traumatic encephlopathy. look over here. normal brain scan compared to two players in the study who had one concussion. you can immediately tell bright areas of yellow and bright areas of red. that's what researchers believe indicates the presence of it. memory problems, depression and anger. they're not looking just whether or not it's present, but whether it's present in parts of the brain that are responsible for those emotions. >> what w
Comedy Central
Feb 26, 2013 11:30pm PST
there and talk to volunteers. i've seen the volunteers whether it's in el paso driving up towards new mexico or calling down they want to focus on texas. we're going to bring the fight to texas and make the a battleground state so that anybody that wants to be the commander in chief, they have to fight for texas. >> stephen: what do you mean the demographic shifts are happening? that's just liberal you've mixes for hispanics and black people d you've ms.ims deuphemisms for hispanics and black people. if you look. [laughter] >> if you look at the state it's not just about the demographics it's the turnout. only 54% of the latinos were registered to vote and only 35% turned out. with only 50% of a population turns out to vote you get a government in texas. it for half the people and by half the people. we plan to change that it's not the demographic shift in the future it's the folks there in the future. >> stephen: you are reaching tout african-americans and hispanics? >> of course, and young people, women, across the state. >> stephen: you are a racist. >> what i want to do in texas is make
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